Friday Oct 28, 2022. 14:03
Kaizer Chiefs star Keagan Dolly has said that while Orlando Pirates are a team growing in confidence, the Glamour Boys have been doing their homework on their age-old Soweto rivals.
The Amakhosi fan favourite mentioned that his side will go into the tie focused on doing the job as a collective and not with the mindset of neutralising individual players. Monnapule Saleng has been a hot topic in local football recently, with it being reported that Amakhosi have special plans for the attacker.
However, Dolly mentioned that it’s about a collective effort at the end of the day and that they have been assessing ways on how to hurt the Sea Robbers.
“We are analysing our opposition and we know Pirates are a good team,” Dolly said, as per the Sowetan.
“They have got confidence and some of their individuals are doing well by scoring goals and creating chances for them.
“But I think it’s about the 11 players on the field and we are analysing with an aim to see where we can hurt them.
“We will try to block wherever they are strong. That’s all we can do for now and prepare well for the game and try to deliver on the day.”